Jo Hussey

Author Archives: Jo Hussey

With qualifications in materials engineering, Jo worked for a UK independent, contract research and development company gaining experience with diverse numbers of, mainly, high-performance materials, processes and inspection methods for a variety of international clients from European aerospace to SMEs. Based in France since 1989, she continues to provide techno-commercial services on a freelance basis, and is now working with the Altair HyperWorks team.

e-Mobility: A Silent Revolution?

For more than a century, the internal combustion engine (ICE) – in all its shapes and forms – has been propelling us across land, sea and air. With ever-growing concerns over fossil fuels affecting the environment, as well as their … Read More

A Step Towards Understanding Brain Disorders

Disruption to blood flow anywhere in the body can result in damage or death of cells. The brain is particularly vulnerable because its correct and continued function relies on a healthy network of arteries, veins and capillary blood vessels. With … Read More

Designing Composites for Modern Organic Architectures

Desirable characteristics of lightweight, corrosion resistance, high strength and stiffness, whilst offering design flexibility, means composite structures are of increasing interest beyond their usual industries. One of which is architecture, building and construction where several recent market surveys predict a … Read More